The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma’s revamped Cimarron Casino is slated to debut to the public on Aug. 15.
Tribal officials say the new-look Cimarron will feature 300 new gaming devices, along with video poker and a state-of-the-art air handling system.
The Cimarron totals 9,100 square feet, is open 24 hours a day and employs one hundred people. Minnesota-based Lakes Entertainment, Inc., is managing the casino.
Terms of the contract between Lakes and the Iowas have not been disclosed, but the company’s gaming contract with the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma calls for Lakes to receive 30% of net revenues.